A-Frame can be developed from a plain .html file. Because we can link directly to the library, there’s no need for downloading any special software and you can get started right away.
So to use A-Frame and create a virtual environment in the browser, we just need to do two things:
<head>element, add this line of code:<script src="https://aframe.io/releases/1.0.4/aframe.min.js"></script>
The version of A-Frame that we are using in this course is 1.0.4. The
<script>element here points to the external script file through the
<body>element, add an
<a-scene>element contains every entity and sets up a 3D scene in the browser. This is where we will be writing our A-Frame code.
Take a look at the index.html file in the code editor. It’s an example of a HTML file that uses A-Frame.
Notice how we added:
Click Run and let’s see what this does in the next exercise.